Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia is located in the city center, close to the
historic old town of Tallinn with all it's attractions. The hotel is
close to all forms of transportation with Lennart Meri Airport just 3km
from the hotel.
Our negotiated rate with the hotel is no longer available, booking should
be done via the normal channels. If you haven't booked accomodation yet
we recommend doing so now.
Arriving by air
Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia is only 3 kilometres from the
Lennard Meri Tallinn Airport (TLL), close to the city’s seaport and
just steps away from the main bus stop in Tallinn.
The airport bus stops are located on the ground floor in
front of the passenger terminal. Use the escalator or lift in
the terminal to get to the bus stops quickly and
conveniently. Tallinn public transport bus No. 2 can be used
to get to the hotel. Bus line No. 2 runs from the city centre
to Mõigu and stops at the airport going both ways. The
timetable can be found
If you use bus No.2, it is only 5 stops away and takes 11
mins from Lennujaam (airport) to Tornimäe, then you need to
walk 7 mins (550 m) to Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia. Route
details can be seen via Google Maps link.
The Tallinn public transport card as well as single tickets
are valid in public city buses. Tickets are sold by the
driver when you enter the bus. The cost of a single ticket is
2 EUR. You can only use cash to buy a ticket from the bus
Important! Taxi rates are not limited by law in Estonia.
Before you start your ride, make sure that the rate is
acceptable to you and, if possible, ask the driver for the
estimated fare. You can order a taxi to the car park in front
of the terminal, located behind the official taxi park, but
bear in mind that the taxi can only stay in that car park for
Taxi from airport to the hotel (conference venue) should take
approximately 10 minutes.
The cheapest way of using taxi is Taxify app. You
can have a taxi ride in most of Tallinn for approximately 5-12 EUR.
Details about Taxify app on their website.
After you download the app, you probably want to change the
language settings to English, as it It comes in Estonian
by default. Then you can order your taxi via the app.
You can either pay cash or by card.
Uber is also available for Tallinn. Detailed info can
be found here.
Arriving by ferry
If you plan to use ferry for your travel, you should visit
the Port of Tallinn
website. Schedules are available here.
You can purchase a ticket from the driver (at the
price of 2 EUR - cash only) for one ride. You must
enter the bus using the front door, to purchase the
ticket. A passenger is required to keep the ticket
until the end of the ride. A single ride ticket is
not marked, punched or validated.
You can purchase a Public Transport Card for the price of 2
EUR. The cards can be purchased in various points of sale.
You can load money onto your Public Transport Card or buy an
e-ticket. It can be done at a point of sale, with a mobile
phone, or on Internet.
Detailed info about transportation card and tickets can be
found on the website.
A few interesting links:
General info about transportation in Tallinn can be found via
Google Maps is also available for public transport directions